Utah football: 10 newcomers to watch for this season
Chase Dominguez, Long Snapper »10 of 10 «
Despite participating in a large number of plays each game, the long snapper often labors in anonymity: Fans typically only hear their names when a mistake is made. However, having a good long snapper can often mean the difference between victory and defeat — especially when the outcome of a game rides on a field goal attempt. Dominguez is a true freshman out of Southern California powerhouse Orange Lutheran and was one of the elite specialists coming out of the high school ranks last season. He’s already being penciled in as the starter entering fall camp, and if Dominguez has his way, Ute fans will see him in action and rarely hear his name.
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